Rafiq Lockhat
Rafiq Lockhat is a Clinical Psychologist who completed his studies at the University of Natal in 1988.

He has worked in many mental health facilities around the country such as Town Hill Psychiatric Hospital, Fort Napier Psychiatric Hospital, Umgeni Institute for the Mentally Retarded, Northdale Hospital Psychology Clinic, Valkenburg Psychiatric Hospital and Lentegeur Psychiatric. He was the Senior Clinical Psychologist in the Forensic and Psychotherapy units at Fort Napier Hospital and held the post of Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of the Western Cape untill 2004.

In 1995, he was awarded the title of Lecturer of the Year at UWC. He was the Chairperson of the Public Relations Committee of the Faculty of Community Health Sciences and has been the Vice Chairperson of the South African Society of Clinical Psychologists. He has served as Executive member of the Education, Training and Credentialing Committee of the Professional Board for Psychology in the Health Professions Council of South Africa.

One of his tasks was to inspect hospital clinical training programs for quality assurance. He also served on the Committee of Prelimanary Disciplinary Enquiry of the Professional Board for Psychology tasked with investigating ethical violations by Psychologists.

Rafiq currently sits on the board of Rondebosch Medical Centre / Summit Psych Clinic and also runs a successful private practice. He has been Consultant Clinical Psychologist for companies such as BP (South Africa), BP (Africa), Medscheme, Computicket, Telkom, the Gauteng Dept. of Education Senior Management Team and Parliament.

He has presented numerous papers at both National and International Conferences and has appeared on several television shows including 3rd Degree and gives regular talks and interviews on local community and national radio programs such as 702/567 and SAFM.

Currently he serves on the expert advisory panel of Men’s Health magazine, a position he has held since 2003. From 2002 to 2004, he has had his own phone in psychology show on Heart 104.9 FM called the Psych Line. He has written chapters in academic textbooks and published peer reviewed journal articles and has contributed to articles in popular magazines like Fairlady and Cosmopolitan. From December 2007 to March 2010 he had his own weekly Psychology column in the Saturday Star newspaper called Alpha Mail.

During his 24 years of Practice he has received training in a variety of therapeutic modalities including EMDR and hypnotherapy. He did the inaugural Level 1 course with Terence Watts and then co-developed the revised BWRT Level 1 Training course. He has received Level 2 training directly from Terence Watts and has been certified as a Master BWRT Trainer. As at April 2015 he has treated over 1500 patients successfully with BWRT.
Rafiq Lockhat
Director BWRT®SA, Clinical Psychologist & BWRT® Master Trainer
rafiq@bwrtsa.co.za
Terence Watts
Terence Watts, the creator of BrainWorking® Recursive Therapy (BWRT®) went into private practice as a Clinical Hypnotherapist/Psychotherapist in 1989 at the age of 48. He became instantaneously successful and has since conducted some 35,000 client hours. Prior to this his varied career had included electronics engineer and computer programmer.

In 2007 he was privileged to be the first person from any psychotherapy-related profession to achieve the level of 'MCGI' - Member of the City and Guilds Institute - deemed to be comparable to a British Master’s degree.
The MCGI was awarded for his work on the creation and implementation of a specialist therapy course in psychosexual disorders and dysfunction.

Current Memberships include:
Fellow : Royal Society of Medicine
Fellow : Royal Society for the Promotion of Health
Member : City & Guilds Institute, London.
He is a Freeman of the City of London

Terence has presented internationally, authored many professional books, specialist courses and concepts but confirms his proudest most recent is his creation of BWRT®, a totally new style of psychotherapy with its roots firmly in the latest discoveries in neuroscience. He continues to research and develop BWRT® Trainings and Protocols

For more information on Terence Watts please visit: www.bwrt.org
Terence Watts
Founder of The Terence Watts BWRT Institute
tw@terecewatts.com
You could never know how you could be if you decide to stay as you are.
Huda Lockhat
After completing her B-Tech Degree in Cost and Management Accounting in 2000 at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town, she proceeded to complete her Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management through Unisa.

Her early career took her through Administrative and Client Relationship Manager roles at Old Mutual Asset Managers, Coronation Fund Managers and Prudential Portfolio Managers up until 2007.

Her passion for remedial education and the impact it has on early childhood grabbed her interest after having her children in 2006 and 2008 and she then started her own business in the field of remedial education for young children in Athlone, Cape Town.

With the emergence of BWRT®, she was asked to setup and implement the finance, administration and marketing structures of BrainWorking® Recursive Therapy South Africa. As at July 2019 BWRT® SA has nearly 800 members and have run 47 workshops across the country.

She is now the Director of Finance, Marketing&Communications for BrainWorking® Recursive Therapy SA.
Huda Lockhat
Director BWRT®SA, Finance, Marketing & Communications
huda@bwrtsa.co.za
Louise van Biljon
Louise has been with BWRT® SA since inception and has worked in Accounting support since 2000 at various companies. She and Huda Lockhat have worked as a team since 2012 and her inclusion in the company was welcomed!

Please contact her for all accounts and registration related inquiries.
Louise van Biljon
Accountant
accounts@bwrtsa.co.za